Petitioning for Our Endorsed Candidates

 

Making Brooklyn politics more progressive starts with getting reform-minded candidates on the ballot in September, and that means petitioning! We've endorsed 5 fantastic candidates for NYC Council, and now they need YOUR support. Plus, petitioning is a lot of fun!

Please sign up for at least one two-hour shift per week.

Haven't door-knocked before? Don't worry! Once you sign up, a NKD petitioning leader will be reaching out to you very soon with details. In the meantime, check out these handy tips

Here are the upcoming NKD petitioning days:  

 

SATURDAY, June 24 — 1:00-3:00pm

Rev. Khader El-Yateem — 509 85th St. 11209

 

WEDNESDAY, June 28 — 6:00-8:00pm 

Rev. Khader El-Yateem — 509 85th St. 11209

Carlos Menchaca — 211 31st St. 11232

 

THURSDAY, June 29 — 6:00-8:00pm 

Antonio Reynoso — meeting at NKD captain's apartment in North Brooklyn

Ede Fox — 813 Nostrand Ave. 11

 

SATURDAY, July 1 — 11:00am-1:00pm and 1:00-3:00pm

Alicka Samuel — 47 Belmont Ave. 11212

 

  

Can't make any of these NKD petitioning dates and want to go on your own? Please do! Here are the candidates' offices & campaign contacts. Let them know you're a proud NKD member!

 

reynoso.pngAntonio Reynoso 
City Council District 34

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campaign office: 11 Meserole St. 11206
campaign contact: Alex Rodriguez, alrodriguez153@gmail.com

fox.pngEde Fox
City Council District 35

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campaign office: 813 Nostrand Ave. 11225
campaign contact: Nia Tylor, nia.tyler@gmail.com

menchaca.pngCarlos Menchaca
City Council District 38

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campaign office: 211 31st St. 11232
campaign contact: Ivan Garcia, ivangarcia1923@gmail.com

samuel.pngAlicka Samuel
City Council District 41

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campaign office: 47 Belmont Ave. 11212
campaign contact: Shana Gladden, sgladden@dunton-consulting.com

elyateem.pngRev. Khader El-Yateem
City Council District 43

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campaign office: 509 85th St. 11209
campaign contact: Kayla Santusosso, kayla@elyateem2017.com

 

 

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